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Fashola, Ngige’s Convoy Crashes In Delta. 4 Policemen Feared Lifeless 

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Fashola, Ngige’s Convoy Crashes In Delta. 4 Policemen Feared Lifeless 

Matthew Ochei

The convoy of the Chief of Employees, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari; Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola; and his counterpart in Labour and Employment, Christ Ngige, crashed through the inspection of a bridge in Asaba, Delta State.

4 policemen have been feared lifeless within the accident that occurred Tuesday night.

The PUNCH gathered the motive force misplaced management of the automobile conveying safety operatives and crashed right into a deep pit.

An eyewitness, John Okorie, mentioned the incident occurred when the automobile conveying the victims was negotiating the bend resulting in the development web site of the Second Niger Bridge on the Asaba.

It was gathered that the police automobile was rushing to satisfy up with the ministers’ automobiles when it veered off the street and crashed.

Additionally, a Delta Line driver, who spoke to our correspondent on situation of anonymity, mentioned, “The incident was very deadly.

“The policeman driver was rushing and whereas negotiating the bend due to the pace couldn’t management the automobile. They crashed right into a deep pit. I used to be behind the convoy, driving slowly.

“With the assistance of different individuals, we rescued 4 of them however they have been badly injured. They have been shouting because the automobile fell on them.”

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer within the State, DSP Brilliant Edafe, mentioned he was but to obtain the accident report as of the time of filling this report.

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“I’ve not acquired the accident report, I’ll get again to you,” he mentioned.

Supply:- Punch Ng

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